"The relay needs a charging alternator and the oil pressure warning lamp off. These two tell the relay if the engine is running or not. Important in an accident. You don't want the fuel pump running if there is a fire."
"That picture is the whole recepticle. I haven't ever touched mine I could be wrong but most relays just unplug. There will be a part number and most manufacturers use a common supplier such as Bosch or now the Chinese knock offs. Pull the relay…"
"Hi Rickygee,to get to your fuel pump relay,under your glove box is your change tray,that's what I call it,remove the screw on each end and remove tray,to the right is the relay with 2 phillip head screw's holding it on and it's a…"